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    Grilled Cheese Sandwiches

    My wife and I had grilled cheese sandwiches and tomato soup tonight for dinner.
    This might not sound very exciting, but, I put a little extra in the sandwiches. This is something I've been doing for many years.
    The little extra is onions & jalapenos. I slice the jalapenos and dice the onion and sauteed them together in butter until transparent.
    Prepare grilled cheese as normal and add the onion & jalapeno, brown bread and enjoy.
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    I put bacon and tomato on mine. Actually quite a bit of bacon

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    Great eats! We have it around here about every 2-3 weeks during the winter months & once in a while the rest of the year.

    Sometimes we add stuff to it for a change, but most often it is just the grilled cheese sandwiches & the soup.

    We put up our own tomatoes & use that for ours, instead of store bought canned tomato soup. Seems like it makes it taste better than store bought anyway...


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    I am not really a cheese person, I like it with flavor but much of the cheddar sold today reminds me of elastics. I do like a quesadilla with a sharp cheese and some ham or chicken.
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    I put a slice of turkey, ham, or bolanga in my grilled cheese with a slice of sharp chedder on each side

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    Very definition of comfort food! Dip the grilled cheese in the soup!

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    Not a fan of Tomato soup, but cream of chicken works as well also with the grilled cheese for me

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    I grew up spreading any kind of jam on my grilled cheese. Moms homemade strawberry was the best btw. I didn't know you could eat them w/o jam. My wife used to put mayo on hers until I taught her the proper way to eat a grilled cheese sandwich.

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    Replace the cheese with peanut butter, regular or crunchy, it's pretty darn taste bud friendly also.

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    I make a grilled cheese the normal way except I add a "layer" of deviled ham (with a little mustard in it) and cook it up...my Wife calls it "Alpo" (sort of looks like dog food) and man is it good...messy but good.

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    Currently have a love affair with Asiago Cheese, a bit of shredded really helps with the flavour along with your regular cheese.
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    Cabot Hunter's Cheese - at WalMart of all places. "Seriously sharp" white cheddar. I agree, Dave, Asiago is good too. If you want to have some fun crumble a little blue cheese into the mix. I make omelets with Stilton.
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    Cabot's is god stuff! I buy the extra sharp white cheddar big 2 pound brick every month. Greta on tacos, in omelets, on burgers, slice a chunk and stick it on a piece of buttered bread with some good mustard...

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    I’m a bad man, I put butter on the outside and mayo on the inside for more flavor. Once in a while I’ll even throw in some ham or roast beef if I’m really hungry.
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    When's a grilled cheese, not a grilled cheese any more?

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    I dip my grilled cheese in milk. Don't remember why I started that, but thats how I like it. Dip my tuna sandwiches in tomato soup. That I started when I was 6 and that was many decades ago.

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    I like mine unadorned. Bread buttered on the outside, American cheese on the inside. Grilled. Tomato soup made with whole milk and a chunk of butter floating on top to dip in

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    I prefer to use swiss cheese. Have not tried Asiago grilled, but it is great in an omelet. Recently tried some Kerrygold Dubliner cheese from Sam's Club. It is simply outstanding!

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    My wife makes some killer grilled cheese. I'm more prone to make toasted cheese. Toast the bread, when it pops from the toaster pull it out and butter the inside, lay a slice of Velveeta or Swiss or whatever, any little something like the aforementioned bacon or onion and pop it in the microwave for about 6 seconds, just enough to melt the cheese some. I like to slice the sandwich corner to corner...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pigboat View Post
    I put bacon and tomato on mine. Actually quite a bit of bacon
    Thats how I take mine.

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